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AILROADS & STAGES
CHANGE OF TIME!
1855 EUaatEl ARRANGEMENT. 1855
LITTLE MIAMI RAILROAD,
Tour Daily utern Trains, at 6 A. L, 9 A. 2L,
10:20 A. BL and 6 P. 1L
3TA Quickest, Shorted and Most Direct Route.
LAID WITH IIEAVY T IRON.
Wheeling Famecgert Dine at Zanesviile.
PUUbargh Passenger Dine at Crtslline.
Dunkirk ani Buffalo rasenger Dine at Cleveland.
THE LITTLE MIAMI, via Columbus, being the fchort
Quick and Direct Roi.te from Cincinnati to the Last'
toe time i o arrange! that it is made with eas. Connec
tion are certain, Passenger are not sul j-ct to delay, na
hv fa!! time for mritla, which is a rreat comfort to ladle
and children. The Little Miami via Columbus, bciusat-hort
and quick route, (Iocs not require anonymous eirrepon
dents or false maps to romra. nd it to th trawling pub-c.
Each and every train by the LiU'e Miami raut run mto
the depot of the Lake thore Road at Cleveland.
TIME via LITTLE l"
From Cincinnati to
COLUMBUS in S Hour;
CLEVELAND in Honni;
DUNKIRK inHX Hours;
BCFFALO in 16 Hour;
ALBANY la S Hour;
iSF.W YORK in MX Hours;
BOSTON in 5 Hours;
CRK3TLINF. in Honrs;
PITTSBURG in 14 Hours,
PlHLALKLi'HIA in Bltf Hours,
WHEELING in 10X Hours.
BALTIMOKiLin S Honrs,
WASHINGTON inli Hours,
STEUBEN VILLE in 12 Hours.
Baggage checked from Cincinnati to Wheeling, rittsburg,
Clevel&nd, Dunkird and Buffalo.
Paaaener by the 6 o'clock, A. M., Train, Little Miami Kail
road breakfast at Cincinnati and dine the following day in
Kew'york, Philadelphia, ltaltiroore or Washington City.
The Little Miami is the Eastern Depot at Cincinnati.
FIVE DAILY TRAINS.
FIRST TRAIN Cleveland, Pituburg, Stcubenville and
Vhilnr I.ichtnine Express, leave Cincinnati at 6 A. M.,
TXm, Cleveland. Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany New
Yorkand Boston; Creslline, Wttshur. .Baltimore, Philadel.
nhiaand New York; Zanesville, Wheeling, Baltimore, Wash
'ton City. Philadelphia and New York, Ac,; titeubenville,
Bandusky and Detroit; Xenia, Yellow Spring, and Spring
field. Toil Train stops between Cincinnati and Columbus
at Loveland, Morrow, Xenix and London only.
Passengers by this train for Luke stealers Lave Bve hours
and a ha f at Cleveland.
-CGND TRAIN Clevelanaana ruiMiurg r.xieBn,it;ics
Cincinnati at 9 A. M., for Columbus, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
Jtullalo New York and Boston; Crestline and Pittsburg-, Cir
clevUle' and Lancaster; Blanchester, Chillicothe nnd Hills
borouirh. This Train stops at all points between Cincinnati
and Columbus, except Llnwood and Branch 11.11 Also,
iwnnectinz at Cleveland direct with Luke steamers QLfcEN
OP THE WEST and CRESCENT CITY, and connecting at
Buffalo with the early morning trains for New York, Boston,
Albany, Niagara Falls, Ac- .
THIRD TRAIN Wbeelir? Express, leaves Cincinnati at
10-20 A. M , for Columbus, Zanesville, Wheeling, Baltimore,
Washington City, PhiladKH hi a and I New York.
This Train stops t ail points between CinninnaU and
FOURTH TRAIN Accommodation, levee Cincinnati at
4PM, for Xenia, Yellow Springs anJ Springfield; Circle
will and Lancaster; Manchester and Chilicothe; lliltaboro.
This Train stops at all point between Cincinnati and
X riPTII TRAIN Cleveland, Pitts'-urg and Wheeling Night
Express, leaves Cincinnati al 6 P M., for Columbus, Cleve
and, Dunkirk, Bullalo, New York tnd Boston; Crestline,
Pituburg, Philadelphia and New York; Ztneeville, W heeling,
Baltimore, Washington City, Philadelphia and New York.
This Train stop at all points betweeu Cincinnati and
Oolumbas, except Linwood and Branch HilL
One Train on Sunday at S.80 o'clock P. M., for Columbus.
Trains run by Columbus Time 7 Miuutcs fabier than Cin
cinnati. THROUGH TICKET?,
And all information can be obtained at the new office No.
t Burnet Hou-e Buihling, W. L. O'BRIEN, Ticket Agent;
No 177, front office, Gibson ll'iuse Buildm-, ALEXANDER
HAMILTON, Ticket Agent; or at the oM ofli.e, Southeast
corner ol Broadway and Front Ftrei-t, opposite Spencer
House, tr at the Eastern (Little Miami) Depot, East Front
"Ueet" OJioe hour from iX A. Xr.. vntU 9 . M.
P. W. feTUADLU, Gin'lAg t.
THE OMNIBUS LINK
Calls for Passengers st all the principal Hotels, fir each and
every train. By leavimr direction at ehher of the above
ffioes, will call for passeng rs iu all rarts of the city, with
CHOOSE YOUR R0UTE
pT5 pl?? R7 r??"jf
Ti E W V.ST 11 . I LUO A U A li It A A Li L 71 1 IT
FROM LOUISVILLE, KY.,
BJ THE JEFFERSOX Y1LI.E R, R.
BY THE OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI R- 6.;
Or Via Indianapolis
BY THE BET.LEFOSTAISE A CLEVELAND It.
To Sanduaky, Cleveland, Euffalo, Kiagara, Pitts
burg, Baltimore, WashlDgton City, Phil
adelphia, New York, Boston, &c.
BOTH Routes are expeditious, and through fares to any of
the above points the t-aiue.
First Class Passenger Trains leave the Jefferson vllle R. R.
Depot daily Sundays excepted J to make sure connections
with the roads beyond.
ELi:AXTLY FITTED I'l OI?Vinl SKS
Are carrying tiansengers from the Hotels, or any part of
Louisville, to and from the Railroad htation.
Further particulars can be obtained by inquiring at the
offices of the Hotels, or at the J( -ffersonville R R. Ofilc-,
near the Gait House, liuisville, where through tickeU to all
the principal cities can be procured.
y JOHN ZCLAUF, Pres't,
A- P. OSBORNE, Pupt.
J. W. Hall. Ticket Agent In Louisville. Jsn20 tf
Vicksburg Whig. NaU-hel Courier, New Orleans Picayune
and Delta, Fagle A Knquirer In Memphis, please copy for
three months, aud charge K. R. C'ttijc.
? .. ' " 1
MMC IIOCKAWAV Kill SALE.
I HAVE for sale a fine IIOCKAWAY, suilnble for one or
two horse, with a PORTABLE PARTITION has been
osed about six mouths. Also, an excellent FLTKNITURF.
CAR. Cheap for cash. Apply to L. MOtKS,
No. 19 College street,
loyS tf Opposite the feewauee House.
l1Altltr.Ll''El IKON HIANTLLW.
riHIS msgnifloent style ol Mantel is fart taking the place
X of all other descriptions, both on aooouut ol its supe-
Mr beauty, richneas, darabilily.and particularly lu cheap.
M. Willie tlieir cost is only about half that of the real
' irki. they indeed exceed the former In beaut v, have a
iajwrior lustre, are 1-a,u - are "'"
ept clean, and far exceed marble in uurability, and are, at
he same time, Iras liable to break.
Tbe undersigned are agenU for the msnufacturers, Wal
lace, Lithpow A Co., Louisville, Ky., and will furnish them
40 their patron, and the public generally, with grates, ura
wer pieces, and every thing Complete; an ! will also sriwr-
ntnd their putting up. clEWAbl ut,
Move Dealer and Tinware Manufacturers,
roarHu dtl No. M Market street.
CAKTEH'S SPANISH JI I XTl'liL.
The Great Purifier of the Blood!
NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCURY IS IT.
LA the Afflicted Erad and rimtlrr.
An Infallible Remedy lor rVmfnla, King's KvU, Rheumatsin
Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions, Pimple or Postules on
the Fsce, Blotches, Bolls, Ague and Fever, Chrome Bore
Kyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, dcald Head, Fnlargeroent and
Palo of the Bone and Joint, Mubborn dorrs, ("vphllitio
Disorders, Lumbago, fplnal CemjdalnU, and ail Disease
arising from an Injudicious Cse of Mercury, Imprudence
to UIb, or Impurity of the Blood.
n 'HIS great alterative medicine and Purifier of tbe Blood
X Is now used by thousands of grateful patlenU from all
parts of the United !, who testify daily to the remark
able cures performed bv the greatest rt all nedioloca, "CAK
TfcR'8 t-PAMSH MIXTUhE." Neuralgia, Rheumatuira,
fcrokila. Eruptions on the Bkln. Liver Diseases, Fevrn. Ul
cers, Old Sores, Affoctious ol th Kidney, Diwase ol the
Throat, Female Complaints, Talus and Adiing of the Bone
and Joint, are all srdily put to 8 ght If using this grat
and Inestimable retne ')'
For nil tiiseaus of the lli'ioJ, Dotliing has yet been und
to oompare with iL It cleanses the system of all inpuritie, ;
acU gcutly and efficiently on the Liver and Kidneys,
t renglhena tbe iMteetlon, gives tone to the Ptomai h, make
the kn vicar ai:il healtiiv. and restore th Constitution,
evifceUt-d Ly lu( or broken down by the excesses of
j uth, to lu prlht.ne v;gor and strength.
For th Ladies, it is iuoomratly letter than all the Cos
metics ever used. A few doses of Ct writs' HpsinsH Miirt a
will rmor all sallcwness of eomplexion, bring the rotes
mantling to the check, give disunity to th step, and im
prove tbe general health iu a remaikaUe degree, beyond ail
the meJiciues ever beard of.
The large number of certificate which we have received
from person from all parts of the L'uiu-4 Mates, is the best
evidence that there is ni Humbug about It, The press, hotel
keepers, mspstrates, pbvsiciins, and public mea, well knows
to the eotuiu unity, all ! 1 their U-vliiK.tiy to Uui wooiiorlul
tffecttof t' lttltttif PLOOl PI RIFILIL
Ca'l on the Aornv and get a Circular and Almanac, and
read the wonderful cores this truly great eat of all medicines
None genuine miles slgred PFNNFTTA BI.TRS, Proprie
tor, No. 3 Pearl street, Richmond, a ; to whom a! order
for uiilies aud agencies must be addressed.
And for sale by W. F. tiliiY and K. W. DANPKUKtE,
Naahvule, and by Dealer lu MvJicu generaiiy.
TI1I3 delightful Pummer Retreat la now open for Ae-,
the r-e. pUonf visitors. The II. ue has under- H';Ji
pone a thorough reapulr, and l niost ample sr- - ,
rangeuienu have been luvta fur C e accomin.slatton
of tiioee who desire ti avail iheasclve of a vurit to thi
Well known watering place.
It will be iht coosiiiit aioi and en'leivorcf the Proprietor
to )iese all wlto vint hliu, aud to preserve and maintain
th high repuutiun universally accorded to these fprlo-s,
ly allthrir loimer pslrona. ire.lg r.g hliuself to ttntinrg
assiduity la the dsd.ais of all the dulits devolving on
kin as Proprietor, be coi O UutSy hiaw to receive the LbersJ
patrouare h'et-.f - txiti.iid tJ hits by tus friend aud
th p-iluc generally.
A f ill supply l Icelsoa hand and realv for ih season.
j,,illvpl WM. M'liHtlS, Proprietor.
MATTIl"-"- " 1 J"
retired a large l" of br.l I It diet (llsttllnf, I
a Wish they a re seiltng vei y low for cash. ait .
KY . MIXEU. Iff EETEVG ST.
apl9 dly CIIAIlfcESTOK, S. C-
TO THE Pl'BLIC.
THE BSANDRCTH H0U8E Is how oner on the Furopesn
plan, and ready for the reception of the traveling pnb.
lie, to whoe comfort every attention will be paid, by the
Slesars. O'tiRADY, late of Judson's HoteL
Brandreth House, No. 415 Brnadwsy, opposite New Ha
ven Depot. Pr.vate entrance No. 41 Caual treet, New
Erotjd Streut, Angrnsta, fia. ;
''r'HIS new and commodious house, splendidly fur- 4$$
J. nished.ii now ready for the reception of visitors. fc:;j
J M. fimreon. Proprietor. Mr. Nieaaaaoii.Sup't. sssa.
RONf and af'er the 1st August next, the undersigned
will reduce their charges for forwarding.
On all packagi of Dry Goods, Shoes, Boots, Hats,
Clothing, Hardware, Confectionery, Bocks, Ac, of
ordinary sire, each,
Cafks and barrels of Wines and Llqtiers, 25
All mull peckrx of Groceries, 10
Coffee and Nails, per sack and keg, 10
All heavy and coi-tly articles chsrg?d In proportion.
Vm wardlrg Grain coastwise, per sack,, 5
Fiour in barrels, 10
rffMessrs. W. H. GORDON A CO., of Nash rllle, are our
AgenU in that place, to whom payments must be made.
ffyMerchanU not residenrs of Nashville, but who re
ceive their goods there, niust pay Messrs. Gordon A Co. in
advance or remit to us, or we thall charge Eve per cent for
f?fWe measure all our freights, detecting any over
charge in measurment of goods by vessels.
7We tell on commission all kinds of Produce.
rT-We are the Agents for the Tredegar Iron Works.
Richmond, Va for all sizes of Bar Iron, Railroad Iron of
every description, Railroad Chairs and Ppikes, Bridge Don,
Ac, Ac, una tne Desti Virginia tr g metal.
WYATT A CO., Charleston,
YOUNG, WYATT A CO., Savannah,
Cotton Factors, Commies-ion and Forwarding Merchants,
WAYNE, tilt EN VILLI? & CO.,
General CominikKion and Forwarding?
S A V A NKA IT, O A.
WE w!ll continue to forward all Goods to our care, nnder
the same arrangement and at the same rate as
during the pait season, collecting freight bills with the
Tiie reduction of freight from 15c to 8c per foot on the Phil
adelphia and New York steamers to this city, will give Ba
vannah still greater focilities than heretofore as the shipping
port for Middle and Kast Tennessee, while there Is no re
draysge between Savannah and Nashville, as on tbe
Our house at Chattanooga will make pnrrha'e of Orain
for our orders fmra the Eastern ports, and will make ad
vance upon all Produce sent us for sale or shipment, when
CSOur house i kept open. EiMrmn or no Epidemic.
jyti 2n u WAYNE, URENVILLK A CO.
TO TIIE PUIILIC
Of the United States.
AN advertisement of Mr. CDOLPHO WOLFE, lately pub
lished, as I suppose, intended for tbe protection of his
Schiedam Schnapps against counterfeiters, has come under
mv observation, and being engaged In the manufacture of
Schiedam Hcbnapps, were I to let it pass without notice
tlirougli this medium, I might be considered among those
he denominates "IHrates and Vender of 'owiw,- but
the Immense patronage and succes that has attended the
sale of the article manufactured by me, and the opinion of
competent judges as to iu qualities as a beverage and iu
medicinal virtue, precludes the possibility of the idea that
I am included among thowi he designs to impugn. No
doubt he feels aggrieved at the depreciation of Uie sale of
his bchnapps, which is manifest to all, since mine has been
bro'.ght into competition with his. Not only have I succeed
ed in com e ting with him in quality, but the constant and
Increasing demand lor my article, has enabled me to furnish
it at a lesa price than he can, or does say i ia the doaen.
And, furthermore, he will soon become satisfied that his cau
tion to the citiaen of the "Southern and Western SUtea"
will avail him nothing as far as I am concerned, for the
character of my Schiedam Pchnapps Is too well establ;shed
in those Mates, to be Injured by any such invidious publi
cation. Tho motive of his advertisement is obvious to every
one, and feeling well satisfied that all such missiles thrown
at mc by him will fall harmless at my feet, I will here, for
the satisfaction of the public, publish a copy of my Patent
Right, entered in the Southern District of New York, on
the 2Sth ol December, 1851:
(Copy of Patent Right.)
SO VTnUEN DISTRICT OF XEW TORS', &&
Be it remembered, That on the twenty-eighth day of De
cember, Anno Domini, 1S54, Barnard L. Simpson, of the
said District, hath deposited in this office the title of a print
or label, th title of which is In the words following, to
wit : " Barnard L. Simpson's Aromatic Schiedam Juniper
rVhnapps, a suptrior Tonic, Anli-Ditpeptic Invigorating
Cordial," the right whereof he claims as author and pro
prietor, In conformity with an act of Congress, entitled
An Act to amend the several AcU respecting copy righU."
GK.O. W. MORTON,
Clerk of the Southern District of New York.
And I tske pleasure on this occasion to tender my sincere
thanks to the public in general, and to my friends in particu
lar, for the kind liberality with which they have patron led
me from my commencement of this enterprise; and I assure
tbem that I shall continue to provide them always with a
genuine and superior article of Pchledam Schnapps.
jy6-d3m BARNARD L. tlMl'SON.
AROMATIC SCHIEDAM JUNIPER SCHNAPPS.
ASupcrior Tonic, aiitl-Dyapeptlc Invisr
T Is alamenUble truth that, with few exceptions, every
article of food we rat, every article ol driult we imoine,
Is more or less adulterated; and in nothing has adultera
tion been practiced to such an extent a In spiritous, vi
nous and fermented liquors. Bo much so, in fact, that it is
lmoaaihle to procure pure liquors and wine unless obtain
ed dirtct from a btmi f-le importer, of known reputation,
and well established foreign connections.
It Isowinir to the corrosive, inflammatory and poisonous
nronertles of the liquors sold ceiierallv in this country, that
rf;.,.rtr,tui heastfai intoxication Is to fieoucnt. that the!
Legislatures of several of the ftntes have taken the matter
in hand, and prohibited the sale of spirituous or fermented
liquors as common be vers pes. !
Were all liquors sold pure and unadulterated, we rhonld i
need no Maine Law, and but few restriction on their sale.
Blotched fac.-s, palsied limbs, swollen fie-h, and that feai ful
disease, delirium tr-eme?M,are produced, not by pure liquors, I
but by the Infatuated habit of indulging in the corrosive j
poisous sold under that des gnalion.
AKOJIATIC SCHIEDAM JUNIPER SCHNAPPS
Are manufactured exclusively at Schlednt, In Holland, ac
cording to the directions of old established distilling bouse
in New York and New Orleans, expressly tor medicini I
purKaes, and are entitled to high consideration No other
medicinal beverage, at present in use in the Ucl'ed rHale
or in Kurope, possesses such salutary and efficacious prop
erties. in of Gout, Gravel, Obstructions of the Kidneys,
Bladder and Crina.'r Organs, as wel) as in the peculiar dis
ease incidental to female, '..heir ellect is so prompt and de
cided that they have excited the est0CL-iuir.! of medical
men, and elicited expression of the moat unbounded grati
tud Irons the patienu to the proprietor.
Agent and private purchasers are cautioned to guard
against the compounds of nnsrrupukni imitators, pimp
son' Aromatic Juniper gchuapps will have tbe title ol
th Medicinal Cordial embossed on th sides of th botU
that contain it, and Uie signature of the proprietor on the
The label en each bottle, which bus been duly entered in
the United rttatea l istr ct Court, and oonstqueutly protect
ed from imitation by tbe penalties of a law of Congres, is
In the three principal living language English, French
and German, and pamphleu in those languages, descriptive
of the menu of tins faealth-iuvigoraUug beverage, can al
ways be had at the A genu.
3. WRIGHT ft CO., AgenU,
No. 151 Cbartrea treet. New Orleans.
tyAs parties tranufaeturlng a bngn article of Minapp
mar endeavor to persuade the public that BARNARD L.
MMPiHJN, the proprietor of th genuine Aromatia gchiecam
Juaiper Schnapps, la not a fciia Jul direct importer, he
wishes to be understood that the most unquestionable proof
of the fact can be furnished by the roost eminent Importing
mcrchauU in New Oi lean.
G. "W. ITEXD ERfrtOTT,
Corner of Cedar street and the Sqaare,
J j A 43m Nashville, Teon.
ATIIEIIS, GI.VVE.XU and IIEESU'AX
10.OAO lb Live Gtese Feather;
JH.IHX) lb Ginseng;
10J)OC lb Beeswax, for which w win pay cash.
W. iL UOitDON ft CO.
OA N Hermetieai elf-sesJing Fruit Can
gallons half-gallon and qunrts In qusm'ti. to suit
purchaser, for sile by W. 11. GOKHOX A VK
LO.N.tVOItTHS CATA U'U.l WISL
113 boxes fparkling Cataaba;
73 do Iny do
do Catawa Brsndr;
t.nud gallon Dry Cauwba, "tbe cheapest and best din
ner Wine now in Use. Just received and. for sale by
8. 11. LOOMId A Ct.. Sole Agents,
a! 4i Public Square, Nashville.
f. II. LOOM IN A CO.,
rORTVABDINQ AND C03HIISSI0S !JTRCHANTS,
A ad 4e ageoU for the aal of
Jlaxaxd's Xentaciy Riilo and Blutlnff Towder,
BACON A BUO.'a SAFETY FCSK, AND
LouffwarihHKparklitiK Catawba Wlnea,
ii Public Slttare, NASIIVJLLE, TESN.
iwo no:sEs akd lots for 'tiiizL
IOFFFR..ra?lwonw BRICK DWCI.LIXO KOrgEJL
sa Anew tr street. Wst Nsshrm,, ru ns each and
w Uy por. h iurn aUaciied o. hes'.tliy IncaUon,
and rvrry way eesntorubJe and deniable, aid convenient
toalrs "ulphur Well. A rd UarraB will W- g.van on
litieral term, or I will ttctvuig. vor Uiid m tbe UuaiartpU.
One of thm i fur real luitU UJ.
jel-tf J. W. F. MANMItQ
V'OII SAl.i: Oil UI.VT-Ihava dewra
I1 tlc faaus on Lewrr Market strret tor sal. or
Tent, lb hiMu roatairiing tktr rwom la the aaala t , j
building, with eellar, 4 nuig-rwora, kitchen, and all aweeeM
ry 4i bstil.bngs. Auy au wishing a comfortable residence
and convenient to the business part at the City, khuahl
snak liuiucdlate applicwioa to
it. A- BALLOWE, Gent ArL,
Jaai tt No. II Deaderick street.
Land, ' Gold and Diamonds.
CAPURRO & CO'S
MAMKOTH GIFT ENTERPBISE !
Between 84,000 and 35,000 Engravings actually
old Bine February last.
Head Prize, a 20,000 Home in the Cilr
of St. Louis, on the ISerfhwest corner
of Locust and SeTcntli Strccl.
FARMS ON THE PACIFIC RAILROAD.
COCNTRY SEAT A FEW MILES FROM THK CITY.
Watches from $40 to S180!
Diamond Crosses worth $200 !
Diamond Pins from $20 to $50 !
Diamond Kings worth $20 !
Thi Jtlatrnificvut Enterprise,
rpHK best ever offered to the Public, In Is progresa, and
J win draw eariy in tne cummer.
By the payment of ONE DOLLAR, a person receives a
beautiful Engraving tf either
The monarch of the Glen;
. A Chip of the Old Rlock,
Or, The Stagr at Ray;
From Lnnriscer. the rresteot animal nainter in the world,
and a numbered receipt entitling him to draw any of the
above valuable prizes.
The prizes, as you perceive, are not uch a make up the
lotteries and raffles or the times, Out are 01 reai Yujut, vu.
ffittnv as thev An nf T.nnri f4olri and Diamonds.
l3F0ffice for the disposal of lickU, No. 63 Cherry street,
nearly opposite the Post Office; also, at J. Stifle's, Market
street, and B. F. Willinms', Broad street.
Indiana. Ohio. Michigan. Illinois and vt isconiin money
received at par for TickeU.
All orders addressed to us shall receive prompt attention,
jj7tf T. A. CASWELL, General Agent.
K. C. HcNAIBY & CO.
ARE now receiving their stock of DRY GOODS for the
Fall trade, and are prepared to exhibit to all who may
favor them with a visit, a general stock, embracing aimost
every article in their line of business. They deem it entire
ly unnecessary to make any extravagant promise as to bow
cheap they will sail their goods, farther than to say they
were boaght in the Eahtkbsi Cmtts, where others buy their
goods, and on as good terms as the credit' of their bouse
wonld allow, and they will sell tbem at a short proflu at
they can afford, either for cash or to prompt dealers on
time. H. C. McNALRY CO,
. VEST PARTICULAR K0TICE.
ALL person knowing themselves to be indebted to us
previous to tbe 1st of January last, had better come up
before the 1st or July, or they wui nave to cattle witn an
officer, a further indulgence cannot be allowed. A hint to
the wise, Ac. Jel2 IL C. McNAIRY A CO.
RECEIVED PER EXPRESS.
A FINE lot of Parasols, Sunshades, Fans, Muslin Man-
tics, wmie KSioons, c c
je!2 - R. C. McNAIRY k CO.
i PRICES REDUCED.
BEING snxious to reduce our stock as much as possible
before going East for our Fall Supplies, we will sell all
desci iptions of feommer Goods at greatly reduced prices.
vre nave yet on nana a Deautitui stock of Iteragea, Tissues,
Muslins, Ac, Ac; and person wishing any thing in this
way wm ao wen to give us a can.
je)2 R. C. McNAIRY k CO,
WE heave a few passed styles Be rages, that we are sell
ing at lea than half price.
Jel2 R. 0. McNAIRY k CO.
XXTE have on hand a very tnperior stock of Linen a
VV Coi ton Bheetings, Table Damask, Towels, Diape
isapicins, uatn rowels, mosquito liars, white and colored
BobineU, Ac , which we will sell as cheap as the cheapest.
jeiz it. U. MCM.MUY A CO.
Q H. L00MI3 ft CO., mv sole AgenU for Nashville, will
ijm furnish the people of Tennessee with all the different
kinds of WINK made by me, at my Cincinnati wholesale
prices. Also, tbe Catawba Urape Cnttinfs for planting.
tan ana see tnem. . a. xiOnuwukth,
mart!3 Cincinnati, Ohio.
C LASS VA IC E 500 boxes quart Flasks;
I 100 do ii pint do: in store and
for sale by
W. II. GORDON A CO.
i?OTt HIKE- A negro boy 12 years of age for thebal
. ance of this year.
R. A. BALLOWE, Genl Ag't.
feb24 No. IT Deaderick strete.
fI G A It S We can offer great inducement to city deal-
V era that want fine Cigars,
Call and see them.
8. II. LOOMId A CO.
READ THIS DOCUMENT.
PERSONS in want of very valuable ServanU can now be
accommodated, as I have a number of superior Negroes,
warranted to suit or no sale. Apply Immediately.
apr23 KICKS W. PORTER.
ATS An POTATOES. 5t sack OaU and 21
sacks Potatoes, just received and for tale by
U. I. DICKEY,
SarlO No. 6 Colleee street.
17 LOCH 250 bbls.eitra Family Flour;
L 50 bbls. extra White Wheat
On hand and for sale by
W. II. GORDON ft CO
NEW GRAND DUCHY OF BADEN LOTTERY
Capital 14,000,000 Fiorina.
ipilIS LOAN i guaranteed by the Covcrnment, and will
A be drawn in different prizes, as follows :
14 of fei.tHMJ Florins.
54 of 4. ',000 Florin.
18 of 5,ii00 do
2 of l'i.MN) do
40 of 6,tHS do
to of 4.0U0 do
1 of l.'),mt0 do
55 of 10,000 do
2 of 4.IHH3 do
SCS of 2.000 do .
1944 of 1.000 Florins, Ac, Ac
The lowest prixe being 42 Florins.
Twelve Florins are eqn.il to Five Iiollar.
The next Drawing take place at Carlaruhe, under the
Direction of the Baden Government on
The Slat Auguat, 1855,
When every drawn number must obtain one of the above
mentioned Prise, which will be paid in Cash, at the offices
of the uudersiirned. Those fortunat Shareholders not re
itiing ua uie spoi, win nave iciejr ainouui ui pi itc khiuvu
paid tu them through an established Bank. The LisU of
tbe result will be sent to each Shareholder, and Uie success
ful numbers published in the newspapers.
The price of one Ticket ia Two Dollars.
The following advanuge are given by taking a number
of Tickets, vix :
1 1 TickeU cost only 20 I 50 TickeU Cost only $ 80
2.1 do do do 40 100 do do do l'O
The price for TickeU can be sent in Bank Note or Drafts,
payable in any of the commercial towns of Germany, liol
and, France, England, fcotland or Ireland.
For Tickets and Prorpectuses, apply to the undersigned
Banking Douse, a-fil-h Is appointed for the sale of TickeU :
M0RIZ pTILBKL fiON, Bankers,
Fiankf -irt-on-the-Mtiine, Osrmany.
N. B. Letters to be diree'ed "per steamer, tla Liverpool,"
to Moitiz 8t:kbel Pons, Bankers, in Frankfort-on-tbe-Maine.
Kea.ittancc which arrive after the day of drwin-, will
be returned, or invoted in th next drawing, at the option
of the semkr.
tfOrders for Tickets left with B. H. BARKIIORN, No.
I t Deaderick street, Nashville, Tenn., will meet with prompt
attention. . Jy6 taug31
Ho! for Kingston Springs!
"ii uuaeraigneu nave mauc au arrange- fx
A. mens wuu r. .mines, itaarr, to rnnr;.f,
a six pa'sengeromnibu to the fprlngs three
times per week. Fare each way, two dollars. Office at Uie
Sewauoe House, where seats may be secured.
Th omnibus will leave Nahvil!e punctually at 8 o'clock,
A. M., on Tuesday, Thursday,, ana Saturday.
Returning, will leave the Springs jiututuaUy at same
hour, on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays.
Careful driver, good hone, comfortable omnibuses and
a delightful place of resort are thus offered to the public
N. pains will be spared to make the trip pleasant, and a so
journ at Kingston agreeable.
je21-2m o . t. J. ft J. KRFIDEB.
N K W TLO I'll DEPOT. .
Offlca of th Nah villa City Mills, eorneT of College
and Sprtnj Streets.
ii . G. HAMMOND ft CO.
HD1HFST market price tfven for WHEAT, CORN and
KTiCbT jyt G. HAMMOND ft CO.
HAM 6 cask Bueon Ham, in first rale order,
X'HJ lb each, for sal. by
"J 8. II. L00.MIS ft CO.
il f.Alt t I R.:i HA-tl--V cask
cured hams, lust rTi,- t nt tnr .i. k
nPr . 8. II. LOOMIft A CO.
JL Eaat; Or, A Y
i:i uoi'K A.tu a nr.
Year in EawLAsn. MoorLsan. I bki.ixd .
rmM, kkwdsi, IIOLLSKD, UKUVaIV, AVSraiA ,
Italv, Oaawa, Team, slvma. Pilsmtlss and Euvr. bv
Banswel lreneos l'rln:e, with engraving, U two volume ,
ust rnsiiai anu wr oy .
mylO CUARLE3 W.' SMITH.
'pillt PuHie are re.ectfully InfarsBed that LYONS ft CO
JL sidl c etUnue selling their celebrated Cholera a ml
Hiarrht-a Prevrntive, (from the edecu of which
an msny last year reaped great corr.fort and relief.) by the
Ga lon, HottW or Gi. As p-eventive are alwv tetter
than core, we stmng'y recommend all to wse tt. The Poor
snppbed without charge, If arcomptnlej with a practi.tr
Doctor's cernflcxte. Privat Familie particularly, should
have a bottle of this article in the house. In rase of aicer-
' ' 1t Cedar street.
ai:rican hi ii m: socilti.
BIPLK? ant Tr'5TAMNT? of Alt description, fmra lh
abova SOCIETf.msy beSmnd so depite t ray store.
Bend your orders and they shall be mieU at a tow raie.
CHARLIE W. SMITH,
41 Oollrge treet-
PART ICC L.IK NOTICE.
n AVISO tkbecht th entire Interest of my partner. I
hav drl-roilned tos.il Good at lee fofil than w
have heretori dsoe. It ia known thai w keep the best
iyl of tiootts, and lor that reason Mir bou may not be
knewsj a a very cheap one, hot at thing cutiauiervd,
pied eurvelre, tj tell Goods at a reasons bit rate, and re
spectfully a. for u,, pairunare frtend and the rawii
u;y generally.. j. jicGILL.
JJ , SosceMor to Myers ft MrGitL
HA," s.r' c eatra Bug enred name, .r sal. by
tPJ WttblL ft TU0MP3O.M.
JO. G. BROWN,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, OILS,
SURGICAL INSTRCMFNTS, Ac,
43 CoUege Street, nabhville, tenn.,
MT stock of Fancy Goods, Perfumery, ftc, is now very
complete, having received fresh supplies, selected by
one of the firm in person, via: Lubin's, Baain' and Mitchel's
KitracU; American TincU and German Cologne Water;
Fancy Soaps; Hair and Tooth Brashes, In every style; Dil
Ine'sand Liibin'sBacheU: Aromatic Cbrystals; China, MeUl
and Glass Puff Boxes, several new style; Shell Combs, Urge
stock. Also have on hand Indigo, Madder, White Lea.1,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine, Ac., Ac Je
TIIE Copartnership heretofore existing nnder the firm
style of BROWN ft GRUBBS, is this day dissolved by
tnutu.-.l consent. Jo. G. Baowa is alone authorised to use
the name of the firm in Uquidation.c
Nashville, June , 1S55. W. B. GRUBBS.
JO. G. UROWN,
HATING purchased the entire interest of Mr. W. B.
Gkdbb3, will continue the DRUG BUSINESS as for
merly, at Use old stand, where he will be pleased to see his
friends, fta, ftc. No 43 College street. JeS
FISHING TACKLE A large stock, selected by
one of the firm, consistine of f.elininii 1. Inter-
ifk. Hooks, plain and on Snoods; also, Aberdeen,
Gravetaleen and common Limerick Hooks; a splendid as
sortment of Line cable laid Silk and Sea Grass, spun and
plaited BUk; Minnow Seines, 1'2 by 4; Floats of every va
riety; Reels, Jointed Rods, Clearing Rings, Fly Hooks, Ac,
Ac, Ac. In short, can supply those wno can appreciate
fine Tackle, with almost every thing they may need to the
successful prosecution of this useful caning.
JO. G. BROWN,
JeJ 43 College t.
PC RE IHONONtJAIIELA IIISIvV 5 bbls
of the above, just received, of prime qonhty. Sold to
ns for six years old.
JO. G. BROWN,
43 Colltire st.
STONE WARE 2,500 pieces Stone Ware.consijtinK
of Jars, Churns, Jugs, Milk Pans, Hutter Crocks, Ac, of
every sixe, just received. JO. G. BKOWN,
je9 . v 43 College st.
PORTER AND SCOTCH ALE Constantly
on hand, Barclay, Perkins ft Co's celebrated London
Porter and Mein's Scotch Ale. JO. . BROWN,
je9 43 College street.
PEARL STARCH 25 boxes of a very superior
arUcle of Starch, just received by
- JO. G. BROWN,
jeJ 43 College st,
rtflll JELLIES 100 lbs Isinglass, Sheet and Shred.
J? Also. 1 rrcce Sparkling Gelatine; Hupuy's Kxtract of
43 College st.
GOLD FOIL Abbey ft Son's Gold Foil constanUy on
hand. - JO. G. BROWN,
jc9 . . 43 College street.
CONGRESS WATER Constantly receiving, dl
rect from Saratoga. Also, Empire Water.
JO. G. BROWN,
je9 ; 43 College st.
ni'EKJI AND WAX CANDLES 10 boxes
O Sperm and Wax Candles, thi dav received by
JO. G. BROWN,
Je9 43 College street.
T EEC1IES 1,000 Sweedish Leeches on hand anrMor
A-J sale by
JO. G. BROWN,
48 College st.
T ARD OIL 10 bbls. No. 1 Lard Oil on hand by
AJ JO. G. BKOWN,
43 College st.
$550 IN PREMIUMS! j
HAVING largely Increased my supply of Rags by the
Premiums offered the past year, ending June 30th, I
am induced to oBer a larger amount of Hre'i.iums for the
present year; and wid pav the above premium in sums of
$100, 90, SO, $70, $00, ISO, 10, 30, 20 and 10, to any
ten Merchants or Pedlars who will deliver m from this date
to tho 1st of July, 133C, the largest amount of RAGS; the
same to be bought ouui.le of and by men doing business
outside of Nashville or vicinity.
I WILr, AT ALL TIMES PAY TITE'HIRnEST MARKET
PRICK IN CAS II FOR RAGS ON DELIVERY, aud i-sne a
certificate to the owner of the amount received and paid for.
These certificates must be kept and sent in on or bef.ire next
July, so that three disinterested merchants of Nashville can
make the awards. The largest amount being entitled to,
100, the next largest to I'JO, and so on down.
Merchants sending me Rags will please write that I may
know in whose name to issue the certificate. Combinations
will not be allowed.
Woolen, Linsey, Silk and Worsted Rags are not wanted,
and will not be included in the above.
I earnestly solicit greater attention to saving and buying
ratrs throughout Middle Tennessee.
Jy4-dirwtf W. P. WVTTFMAN.
FOR A short tike ouly.
1ILINDNESS PREVENTED ! !
JIT. SIMMONS, English Optician, late of the firm
. of H. Semmons ft Son, manufacturer and inventor of
the newly invented and Improved Spectacles, from tbe im
proved Spectacle Manufactory and Cornwell Optician estab
lishment, East Bridge Truro, respectfully announce his ar
rival on a professional visit, with a splendid assortment of
his newly invented and improved fipcctacles, and may be
consulted at his office, on Uie Square, room over
BERRY'S BOOKSTORE, NASHVILLE, TENN.
These celebrated Spectacles are made of Braxilian Hand,
and known under the name of Braxillian Pebbles, and con
structed in accordance with the philosophy of nature, in
Uie peculiar form of a concavo-couvex mirror, admirably
adapted to the organ of ight, and can be used by the old
and the young to pursue the mot minute employment, ei
ther by day or candle light, with perfect ease, and never
cause that giddiness of the head or unpleasant sensation to
the eyes that many experience from n-lng the common
kind, but tend ti strengthen and improve the sight, as will
be seen by tbe following testimonials from those using tbem.
Office hour from S A M. to 5 P. M.
MixPBts, March Mth, 185.
Mr. J H. Skmmoks Sir: The use I have made of the pair
of Glasses obtained from you, sa tides me of the utility and
value of the form and material by which they are distin
guished. Without magnifyir g the object leyourt tne size
apparent to the natural vision, they render it distinct and
clear without fatigue to the eye.
bo far as my limited experience extends, I am very much
pleased with tt.era.
Very respectfully, your ob't serv't,
J. II. McMAIION.
From non. Oeo. D. Prentice, editor Louisville Journal.
- T'ndoubtedly they are the best Specta
cles in the world. The continuous use of them lor any num
ber of hour doe not Utiue th eyes in tUe least, aud tbe
vision of age U rendered by them iu all i espects like Uiat o
itiKMrma, Jiarcn zi. l-n..
Mr. J. II. SaxMoxa Dear Sir: I have carefully examined
your Braz ilian Pebble Spectacle, and niot cheerfully and
my testimony to their superioiity over any other lenses 1
have yet seen.
B-sides the philosophy of this form, shape, Ac , the re
markable transparency and hardness of the material rentier
them peculiarly adapted to the purposes of as.1li:ig Impair
ed vision, which unlike other spectacle d.i to, Hi. out fa
tiguing the eye by their use.
1 can. my dear sir. cordially recommend your Brazilian
Pebbles to my friends a specially worthy of their corin Jence
ana feel assured that atrial lil in every Cae f;ive sanc
tion. 1 am, my dear ai.-, tnil j y .ors Ac.
A. K.TA1LIMI, M. I ,
1 . Prof. Anat. Memphis Me l. College.
I have examined and nsed myself Mr. J. if. Semmons'
Braxillian Pebble SpeeUcles, and fully concur in the opinion
expressed above by I'rof. A. K. Taylor, at to their sup-rl-ority
both in form and material, over the ordinary glasses,
and recommend them to all person requiring the nse of
spectacles. L. SHANKS, M. D.,
Prof. OhsL Memphis Me l. College.
From the Hon. David Dale Owen, C. 8. Gelog;i-t. '
' Nkw Haaiiiuir, March 23,1 3'4.
; Mr. J. II. ScMMOxa Sir : Having examined your specta
cle constructed ol concave convex Braxilian Pebbles, I take
pleasure in testifying to their advantage over thi ordinary
glas spectacle. Their superior hardness prevents them
being defected by scra'ches; the prcukar manner In which
they are greomoi and polished, tegelher with U.elr transpa
rency, obviate the atrain usually experienced in wearing
glaasea, and their coolncM especially rectnuiuei.da thi in to
those having weaa. Irritable eye.
Jyl0-tf D. D. 0WL1.
HIEll.t L ADVANCES mad In CA3I1 ca Ship
i ATLAN1 A, n I
jy SEYMOUR, FANNING A t"
j " COTTON YAHS.
UT I this day alvacd the price of Cotton Yarns, and are
II in at 11 IA 9 mnit 4 rental, for ftirobers 4. .V and
TOO 8 per eentetf oa quantities atiovelO bagt, arut lira j
leirulaled bv uuantitv. a heretoforw I
jy. - W. II CORIXIN ft CO.
17AR.T1 ERS ATTENTION 1-Just finish. r-W
1 ed, a few more of those PLANTATION t'tLTLi
H AT, the beet ever seen la Haabvi.le. Call and ex-
amine tbem . .
. ti lublie Square.
TOIIN II. Vi;.Vr ha recently received, la adJition I
i to In tinner ttoek of Factory rir.iliiijrs,
l,Su0 feet Leather Belling,
Patent Belt ruacltc assorted in one handle,
! 11 . hep gk.m,
1 11 - Calf "
; TO.tXHi Kinj Travrler. marli tf
rilixiT.iii:i t it.Mii ici:i!
' ITK. 41 Colon street, Ira II. , , , , ,
V. ton' old stand, 1 a Urge and wtl! "- -' 1,
whkh will be sold at extremely low prteeW " ' 11 0
rrr- m a 'Ron roe ni w n rn ii rr, w
Thwa wik!or aey )-hir"rn lb Pwrnlrip "ne, will 4
' well to rail iwtmedttrtv, a I mm directed Is etna not ttx
eonem tirthwt-h, which I will do, tlMri ! M for
LK- Til AN COST.' JO. W. LAXL, l(,tt
: j 9Ai . -
A (iltlCXLTI KAI. I7HM.I.Tll.TS-C.Ta
A. bhiWra,ftrswCiMten,Ci4rIi:ia,Uraia Mj st, CbarsM,
raantr.( kluia, Orindstun Kotlen, tiraMi Meaawraa, lior
fow, 1 tows, Faaip, Heat Cutter aa4 Crinders, tux
Wa'i , ron I ard and for aal Sy
D. D. D1CKRT,
jai.24 Collrf street, Nsh, ill.
EVANS, PORTER & CO.,
No. SI market Street
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
DRY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS,
WE have now in store our entire Ptock nf
SPRING AND SUMMER DRY GOODS,
HATS, ROOTS, SHOES AND RON NETS.
The stock comprises greater variety and a larger amount
than we have ever before offered. The attention of dealer
is respectfully solicited, with the assurance that we can and
will sell a low as they can be purchased elsewhere.
We also keep a general assortment of
Leather and Saddler' Trimmings.
DCF0CR ft CO'S ANCHOR BRAND BOLTING CLOTHS
CARPETS, Ac. ftc
mar19 EVANS, PORTER ft CO.
New Spring Goods for 1855.
A. J. DTJNCAIT & CO.,
No. 90 Public Square, NASHVILLE. TENN.,
HAVE row In store a large proportion of their extensive
stock of Foreign and Domestic Staple and Fancy
Embroideries, Laces, White Goods, Irish, and French
Linens, Silks, Hosiery, Trimmings, &s. 4c,
which they offer on the most favorable term.
The trade and dealers are requested to favor them with
an early call. They will also be receiving throughout the
season, regular sh'vnients of every novelty in Dress Goods,
Embroideries, Ac, Ac A. J. DUNCAN A CO.,
feb22 No. 70 Public Square.
Till REE ISI'NDRED Pales Brown Muslins and
JL Drillings of Southern Manuf.iotu.e; for which we are
agenU. febiii A. J. D. ft CO.
GARDNER, SHEPHERD & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS LU
SHOES, HATS & STRAW GOODS,
No. 50 Public Square, -
TOR ALL THE PURPOSES OF A
There has long existed a public demand for an
effective purgative pill -which could be relied on aa
sure and perfectly safe in its operation. This has
been prepared to meet that demand, and an exten
sive trial of its virtues has conclusively shown with
what success it accomplishes the purpose designed.
It is easy to make a physical pill, but not easy to
make the best of all pills one which should have
none of the objections, but all the advantages, of
every other. This has been attempted here, and
with what success we would respectfully submit to
the public decision. It has been unfortunate for '
the patient hitherto that almost every purgative
medicine is acrimonious and irritating to the bow
els. This is not. Many of them produce so much
griping pain and revulsion in the system as to more
thun counterbalance the good to be derived from
them. These pills produce no irritation or pain,
unless it arise from a previously existing obstruc
tion or derangement in the bowels. Eeing purely
vegetable, no harm can arise from their use in any
quantity ; but it is better that any medicine should
be taken judiciously. Minute directions for their
use in the several diseases to which they are ap
plicable are given on the box. Among the com
plaints which have been speedily cured by them, we
may mention Liver Complaint, in its various forms
of Jaundice, Indigestion, Languor and Loss of Ap
petite, Listlcssiiess, Irritability, Bilious Headache,
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, Fain in the Side
and Loins ; for, in truth, all these are but the con
sequence of diseased action in.the liver. As an
aperient they afford prompt and sure relief in Cs
tiveness. Tiles, Colic, Dysentery, Humors, Scrof
ula and Scurvy, Colds with soreness of the body,
Ulcers and impurity of the blood ; in short, any
and every case where a purgative is required.
Thev have also produced some singularly suc
cessful cures in Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsy, (Jravel,
F.rvsipelas, Palpitation of the Heart, Fains in the
Back, Stomach, and Side. They should be freely
taken in the spring of the year, to purify the blood
and prepare the system for the change of seasons.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels into healthy action, and restores the appe
tite and vigor. They purify the blood, and, by theii
stimulant action on the circulatory system, reno
vate the strength of the body, and restore the
wasted or diseased energies of the whole organism.
Hence an occasional nose is advantageous, even
though no serious derangement exists ; but un
necessary dosing should never be carried too far,
as every purgative medicine reduces the strength,
when taken to excess. The thousand eases in which
a physic is required cannot be enumrrated here, but
they suggest themselves to the reason of every
body ; and it is confidently believed this pill will
answer n better purpose thau any thing which has
hitherto been available to mankind. Vhen their
virtues are onre known, the public will no longer
doubt what rotni'dy to employ when in need of a
cathartic medicine. Being sugar-WTapped they are
pleasant to take, and being purely vegetable, n
harm can arise from their use in any quantity.
For minute directions see wrapper on the. Box.
JAMES C. AYE It,
Practical ami Analytical Chrmist,
Price 25 Cent per Box. Five Boxes for $L
For the rapid Care of
(OTGIIS, COLDS, 1I0AKSEXESS,
BltOMiHTIS, ,VH00riXG-( 01GII,
(K01P, ASTini.l, AAD
This remedy has won for itself such notoriety
from its cure of every vnriety of pulmonary disca,
that it is entirely unnecessary to recount the evi
dences of its virtues in any community where it
has been employed. So wide is the held of its use
fulness, and so numerous tie eases of its cures,
that almost every section of the country abound
in persons publicly known, who have been restored
from alarming and even desperate diseases of the
lutigs by its use. When once tried its superiority
over etery other medicine of its kind is too appa
rent to escape olwervation, and wbere its virtue are
known, tlie public no longer hesitate what antidota
to employ for the distressing and dangerous affec
tions of the pulmonary organ which are incident
to our climate. And not only in formidable at
tacks upon the lungs, but for the milder varietie
of Coliis, Coughs, Hoarseness, Ac; and for
Cuildkkn it is the pleasantest and safest medicine
. that ran be obtained.
As it ha lonjr Urn in ronstmt tie thronghnut
this section, we nexsl not do more than assure the
people iu quality ia kept up to the best that it ever
has been, and that the genuine articlo ia sold by
KERRY A DEMOVILLK, Wholesale, NashviU. atl t
ti.il by BilOWN ft UKL'UPS, Nashville; and sU by ail
dealer in raerti-Hue in every ti.wn in Tennessee.
I4.wu. aotir. m'oussku.. cdis. c. t-Mnr-Lar.
Excelsior W harf Boat.
'SMESLEY, M'CQHKELL & CO.,
COMMISSION AKO F0SWARDISO ttEitCKAETS,
, I'ADl CAR, KY,
V,TE would respectfully inform Mr.-han's ar Flir-fHr
that w ar now Kemivlnjt and Forn.iDK linvda
fro a n of th Urtfrst ai d best Wharf Boats on (tie Hcj.
tern waters, beinx entirely new. Jt u!y
WATTS, CIVE?; 5t CO.,
Cccming & lonrar J!g 3!crcliant
HAVINO a tarjre new aad abtantiah WTf:rf Riat, 1
;,xvli rfttruttcd to our care ttiaH be fWword d with
pruui.t;ieM and dt9pU.h. i.V dly
'1'1.I:tII. Detitfcu wJ! pleas take n-
X i 3 Cht tf.e nn!erivn't
m fir link, A.
r-nttn ti city of shv..le, ant thct
vhln ur Kenuioe luak. ,f L th.ill nleaM
milie ueir 'urchaes Uirect of him. lit ha )ut received
ano'her uily of leeth, which, with hi former stuck, Bikes
it larire e l c.-ei hji. l has a!n an haad a few 6n I'en
tl raM of l.i-!f uuieutu, all complete. Abw, files, rimn
plofrrr. Area naters, Brr, Uriiis, Beock k i'orinu
drum foe, Wheel, See Vr (a! by
A. fcTUKTCil, (t- rmerly firetrh A Orr)
Vt hoirialr and Rrtail tfufji U,
Arb4 Cornr Coitef ami Union strU, Null viU. '
Mi:t)ffl t: f'll i:ST!- Jul opered, a n lot of
Meline CTeU, witabl fur fauilie or flaaLaUua.
Alo, I do, f bysica" iadul Baj. arvd jk-.
JO. . BKOWX.
OI.IVi; tII.W bote Ollv tfn,Ju-t received Alt,
S do, el a cfc.Ue brand el Tacay Oil. whkh is
rior to the orlinary Oliv Od, sold lur Uk
jt JO. U. B50W5.
P 1 1 1 S
i;p. .nil m;Vi;i -..J
FALL &. CUNNINGHAM,
Wholesale dealers and Importers of
XX -A. JEl. X JX. XT. HJ ,
CITMCKY AJiD UUNS,
A'o. 47 rVorth Sld Public Square,
HAVE now n store a full and complete assortment of
11ARD WAKK in all its varieties, together with an tra
csciiAT Liaoa stock of CUTLERY and GUNS, to all of
which they invite the attention or Dealers visiting this mar
ket. Their stork bas ben made np by direct purchase
Irom the Mannfrtnrers, both in America and Furope, and
they feel confident that those who rimy give them a call will
find it advantageous to deal with them.
fW Cash and prompt time buyer will find the prices of
the (roods suited to the times.
i7 Feathers received at the highest price.
JAMES B. CRAIGHEAD,
Hi American. Enfflisi & German
EARDWABE AND CUTLERY,
WXST SIDI rUDLIC SQC1SR,
ian5 ly NASHVILLE. TENN.
riIIEorfran of modern Spiritualism, Fourth Volume eom
X rnences in May. It contains the lui'est record extant of
Current Kiicts an1 Opinions on Spiritual intercourse. Pub
lished weekly at 2 per annum' also, all spiritual books lor
sale by PARTRIDGE A BU1TTAN, U2 Broadway, N. Y.
P. S. A Catalogue of Spiritual Books sent on application.
A Y. ISO bales Timothy Ilav.in store and fbr sale by
mar!3 W. ii. GORDON ft OC.
1?l!SiI. r barrels Luke Fish,
16 ha.f this. do. do.. In store sod for sa!;hy
mrl8 W. H. OOKDO A CO.
ST. IS OA . II. r.S 4:H) whole boxes Proctor A Gam
ble's Star Candles in store and for sale by
ie'Hi W. H. GORDON ft CO.
COTTO. V A It .t S MO bairn SOU, UU, 7 JO and K)
Cotton Karns f,-on tlm d tTereru Ftctorie, in store and
rorsaleby je2i W. It. (iORDfiN a CO.
JEAHS ASI l,l!!i-:Y
'25 baies Uichhind Mnauf.icturiug Company's Joans;
W d do to do Linsey, for
nepr-, in store and for sale by
je':3 W. II. GORDON ft CO.
rM;:MJl.lKJi!i 2v0 b xes 5; and pint Pittsburgh
X Tumblers, a good article, for soiie, hv
je.3 W. II. GORDON ft CO.
OSrAISl'ltl; 1 bales Trion Fictnry, GeorKia,
Osnaburs. a heavv article, i-ui ahle for wheat bair for
shipment Noith; for sale by W. II. GORDON ft CO.
OA P 200 boxes No. 1 Bar Poap In store and for sale
by lie'2'J W. II. GORDON ft CO.
tLT!ll.(i! CrTIIIJ !I
WE are now rwlvinc our WV of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
for men and buys, comprising nil Hie newest
.styles of C(AIN, PANTS and VtTS, of differ
ent quanues, wiin a mrire assortment of
CLOTHS, CASSI.3IE&ES AND VESTINGS,
which we will m.-ike up to order in the met fash'onable
styles. Also, a larjre assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishing
Good and nn-lerelothlns; of the b"t o.u iiity. eilk and Ging
ham I'mbrelias, i;i hhick and fancy color.
apr If CLIFTON A AniiOTT.
DR. C. M. JACKS0H, Philad'a, Pa,
WILL EFr EOT 17 ALLY ITH
LITER COIPLAIST, DTSPErSIA, JAUNDICE,
Chronic or Jterrout Debility, Ditrmrt of th
Kidney, and all dieeases anting from a dis
ordered Liver or Stomack.
Inward Ihie, Full
nes of Bioo I to the
Ilea I, Acidity of the Stom
ach, .Naiis.a, U. unburn, tisgnt
for K.Mi.l, Fuilnes, or weiuht in the
Stoniarh, Amr Kructition.i, .-inkinc, or
Flutteiin)f t the Pitof the Suimarb, Swim
ming of the Head, Hurried and ililBcult breath
itif, FluttehiiK at the Heart, Choaknijf or fcuflocatinit
PeniHlion' when in a lying pusture, DimneMof Vmion,
Dcts "t Wetis ix fore the ttrht. Fever and Dull Pain
in the lie.nl, Derleieney or Perspiration, Vei
lown of Iho fl.hi and Fyes, Pain in th
fciile, link, Chest, Limb.i, Ac, tfud
lIlu tluthesof Ueat, Burring
iu thu 1 lesh, ConnUiit Im
att'iii'iK' of Kvil, and
Tie Proprietor, in callinii the attention of the public to
this preparation, does so with a feelii.ir of the utmost confi
dence in its virtues and adaptation to lli dutease for which
It in no new ami untried article, but on that ha stood
the t'.-st of a ten years' trial belore the Anierw-au eople,
and its reputation mi l sale a e unrivalled by any similar
preparations ext.mt. The teMnunny in it- favor iven by
thi r- st prominent and well knowt l'hyuoins and indi
viduals, in all part of the country, Ik immense. The follow
iiiK trom y ur own State, is ropcrtfully submitted, rrforrni
any wh,i m ly sull iiouht, to mv "Memorabilia," or Practical
lieceit'l Hook, lor Fanners an t Families, to be kd gratis, of
al! Hie A, n'sf ir the Germ. in Bitters.
l'niictp:ii ini o and M.i:iuUcw ry, lid Arch street, I'hlla
Testimony from Tennessee.
Pr. TI. ft Pcarlmrouh, Dover. Tenn., Aiijf. 23, ISM, says :
"I have soi l all the f !i rman Putem you have sent me, and
if the prprtiita t mitimit to do s much (rood as it has
done, it will be the best in-dicir.e evr sold hre."
I.. lKr:L, f nrt, T, tin. Auiist -ii', lM, snys : "I am
plenifd to nt:ite thht your German Hitter has given satia
fartion in every itit!irice whre it hits heenu-ed."
B. T. llidtinH, H:!l-h"rnuuh,Tenn., Aiij,''it ls', says :
"I am ptc-ised to slate that the tiCriaiui Hitters have given
general n-i'i f i ti"ti "
Dr. P. Futin A llro., Kn ixvilHc, Tetin., 8th April. ISM,
IsUI : Vour hiltTs me imw :-eIlinir very f it, and every
per'in th it hai oi- it, sofrf as we have been able to learn,
lias ' n il t t nefited."
J. W. Franklin A Co., OiilPitln, Tenn., Dei-ember 80,
aid: "Hie r.ew firm will want more of your Hitler soon,
as on of the partners things it U a great medicine.
R. S. Hardy. Bolivar, Tenn., Se; timber lfl, IS'2, ld :
"There is trrent demand for your bitt. rs here; please send
another lt soon."
They are .htikklv VK'H-t!, free fWm sll injurious la
irre lie!its, a!w:ij strengthen the e,tem, and never pn-s-trnfe
0 Id In Nfr.v !V bv V, F R 8 T DFMOVII.f.K, II. O. SCO
VFL, kWl.N t:;:i-..'iitid . W. liKNDF.R?IIOTT, and by
Denlers In M-dirin mid jitorek-f jn-rs everywhere.
mar in ili-awtrmwly
FEVER AMD AGUE CURE
CR, NATURE'S IX FALLIBLE SPKCLFIC,
IOR ihe Pirvetitirm snd C'sre of riTrrsiimirr and Ba-Mir-ksr
Fkvf-.s, I'uriiarl Adis, t'niuj mil Frtk,
llt'Mlt Aia'K, (..KMiKAL I M1 Ll r V , N iiiirt .w rim, nnd if II uther
fori't. id di"!-' wh eh huve i nmiriuu prigin in Minsu
or Vu ha. Iht rui.'.le atmorj berle poisuu which at rer
tain ?e.si r, is unnvt,lhlr inh i'ed ht every brr.ith, Is the
s;it;;e Ibchmacter wherever I- xitv N-nh, Sunih, E ut or
Ses: aud will every where yi, Id to il ia nly d.Mxivtred
antidote, wi tch M claii.uJ to be tK- Guiirs.-r LL-'vikjiI is
MKiiri.N Kvra ml'h.
Thi specirtc is so harmless tli.it it may be taken by per
siij of evry aj. Six or vnnditinn, anj it will not substi
tute for one disease otliers "till wore, as is too often the re
sult in tl.e ti.H'nirct by y.iiidne, Mrtrury, A me ale, awl
bther poi.oui.iu ir dele'.r'.i.us liriin, not a particle of any of
which is lmii!ud into ll.u pri-tisiatiori.
If prorricUr dtinr liy clunn the-e eatranrdlnary rw
ful: from C.e aseof this NATURAL ANTIlHlTa TO MA
L till A.
It will en'Ire!y profit ary resident or traveler even In
th mint sicily or swampy iK-xHtie, tr im any Aut or f'il
hwu Hii liiteer, jt any iijary from cnnstaiitly inhal
ing II ilarU or .M.aMna.
It will install'.. check the A;ue In person who hiv suf
fered fur any kn.h of iirr.c, bom cue day to twentv yers,
to that thry need nrvrr hue aiiother chid, by continuing
its ue aexur ling to dirc'inns.
It wdl ir-.Mie iutely r!iev all dilressini resntts of Bil
l'is or Aue dUeasef suchai s-r.sral dhil:ty, cinht sweats,
Ac. The ptlnt at one bem to re'over sppeiite and
trvngih, and oocLnue ontd a permanent and r.'Cai cur
is eff ..-,'.te,i.
1n;itlv. II, use wlH biniih Fever and A rue from famli-
and all elisie Fnier and ill labvir ng am, by aduplmf .
it as a lireveniive. wi'l he free ft- m Af ie r S'hoiw alt'ks j
. . . : . l l ii. wt i. L I
in ui-u Kuua oi tie year wdh.ii. wm. j
is the moat valun'iic aoc to th o.
One or lwx,ttk wiii anwer d ordinary ease, on
m te piire more.
Direcuous prmtwl iu German, FreucU anJ Spuih, -evmnariy
ech liottle. . ,
Pi ire One IMIar. LfU ral d.scounU mad so the trad.
Tr.le circulars forrdd on (phi-alum, ant lh arlK'U
wiU be oon.ii.-iir I on liberal t,m to rvfponib. partfcr iu
very muii of th countrr.
JAi. A. RiloDF-. ProprWP-r,
Ptvi-Witc. It L
AGrNT-". New Tor C. V. Cickener A Co., and C. II.
V'hkli ip'us '. VV. isyotl A ton.
A nd h.r .ile y Jeah " gsueaily.
aiarji di ii"
TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS ASD VALICES.
UT T nv on f.a'id a Urge aortment of (-OLE LFATtl
Et TRUNKS THtVFLIMi BAG., and YALK'kr
Plula h liitna mtoufat- Wrc, w.'itch we win efl al th very
l-esi,..,!.-.. KAMAOE ft CHLRCII,
j7 41 Ceiiesr strvet.
FOR LEI3UR2 110 JRS.
STtK PPER.'s, or Enissrieth ol Art and Natarw, by
H. rry war B ech r.
n im FROM a bt.LFRT", or Lb trstk illwteki Bvk,
by KV. t. W. rheilan.
J,tr AND CAitK, a Fiieady &vk for Tostog Mothstr, ay
!r Tathill. . m . . ,
OC ft ti il NTRTM K-S, r Brief Mewoir I'tin Aavir-lca-rs,
A LOVE, by Uari-m Harlan I, of Tu-glnla.
received a id c,U,t W. PVITM
ri'JCI f Ca p's roriu CiOsrf Itn fo '
I l. Jtfll. &
. . . ..i No. J UiiiCi UA.
HASHYI1L-2 & CHATTA3TD03A RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF SCII EDI i.p.
N and after Sunday jiext, the 22J inst., two Daily Pas-
-' -wu,i mu hum iroia CbatUnoiga, as
Leaves Nashville, day Train, at 7.3S A. M, arriving at
Chattanooea at 4.2D P. M. "rr""n
leaves Nashville, nirlift V,nF.. a nn n
at Chattanooga at 6J A. M. ' ' "rnT,n?
nr. ii,tttijr Leave Ihattapooira, dny Train at 8 t
A. W., arriving at Nashville at 6 P. ii.
Leaves Chattanooga, niuht t
. , v -vt h w,uv x js rnTP tr
at Nashville at .5t) A. M. -rnying
tW The Accommodation Train to and front Wart rare
will be discontinued a"jer this dat- as atove.
Mil H. I. ANDERSON, Snp't.
TI1T5ES32E AND ALABAMA RAILROAD.
COH M II I A. WA li ESKO It O, J.t c K.MI.-V,
i.i.i:am;e ao jxK.min.s.
SPLENDID F.mr Kors? Coaches from F.nnUin to La
grange, connecting at those point with the Railroad to
Tutcuiubia, llorenre nntl ?l litsoinerj-,
Ala., and Abt-rdeei:, Coluiubii,
nnd C'anloii, Plin.
The fine Four Hore Coach Lines to these points, are !1 in
exc-llent order, makiug a close connei'tion aiih the Railroad
at Franklin, Tenn.
Express Train leaves the Depot at r
1'ulai.ki and Elhton,
And to all places throughout the Southern country.
tVr.nkUu"d ron,l5ns' -ian--in ith e 1
Pulaski nud r.lhlon,
Wednanry ' P" - "-day.
Leaves NahvUle d.iily at 2 o'cl.k. P. M co'nntinff t
Franklin with a Daily Four Home Coaeh Line ,
lor all information, through Ta'kt, Ac. RpV;y Bl a .;' "
eral Railrowl, fbore and Omnibus Office, No. 'Jt Cedar str..-t
opposite the Peat Otlije.
N. p. Omnibuse wi:l call for passengers in anv pa,, cf
FROM NASHVILLE TO NE OriEANs!
i tzvz-n r-r ej?5v vn
Tiiuoi;n i lout iAiiS.
7"I V Chhttanooga, Atl- nta, and Wet Point to MonU'ome
rv bv hailmad. Tick, t to thi.
General Maiie Oflice, opposite the Fust Ofhce, aud at the De-
j.'i,. 1 1 iix fin on.
From Slontkonit ry to Mobile by a d.iuhh, daily line (morn
ing and evening) ol stages and steamboat, connecting '.ha
steamers from thence to New Orleans.
ti. I. ANDERSON.
tnarl-t tf General Suo't N. A C. Railroad.
It ATI. N UEIUCESJ.
FROMth ISth ln.-t,ut, to th lit or Jure the rate, of
Freight from Charleston and Savannah to Nashville will
b as follow?:
nitvr ( i..tss.
Dook, and Stationery, Boots, Shoes ard Hats, Cottled Li
qacr and Oils.
Camjihine and Spirits Turjieutlne, in casks and barrels;
( hina, Glass and Glaus Ware, Cip irs in casns, CI'Kks.
Confectionery, cutlery in boxes and cases. Dry Gocds In
boxes and bales.
Drufr, Fruit Trees and Shrul'hpry, Furs, Garden Sec!,,
loioking Glasses and Looking Glas I'l.ites. "at owner's
Oysters in csnsand jars, Pad li.ry. Tin Ware, Teas and
Spicts, ) I ut lbs. i
Hardware, "except Cutlery," ll.avy Casting and Ma
chinery. Foreign Liquor in barrels or pie. Cordage, T-diaero in
boxes, Cnrriag Springs and Ajth-s, Leather in rolls and box
es. Oils in barrels or casks. Crni'kery and liueensware in
crates and casks. Kqte, line, W luting. Piaster ol Paris Ac
SPECIAL It A FES.
Boxes, Furniture. Piano Firte,, Carriaires, "boxed," ud
otlier liirht articles, nut er.'imer i'ed. A , Carboys of Aei-U
will be taken at actual weight, but charged double, 1st class
rates y H-0 ffis. -j i0
All articles not enumerated, to be charged at rate of an
alHgousnrticit. From 1st Juue to 1st of Peceuber they will be changed
1st Cass as above, per li") lbs j
d - - j ,1,,
Special rate " ' j 4
Merchant shipping from the Eastern citie will And thia
t ne cheapest, as well as the most expeditious mote. Freight
irom sew inrnsml riiilaUeiph: to Char!, slon and vn
nf h; ran ires from 6 to i cems p,-r cubic foot, according to
class and character of vessels.
As the Railroad Companies al Charleston and Savannah
have discontinued the Receiving and Forwarding nf Mer
chndise,itwill be necessary to consign to Commission Mer
chants at those point.
Shippers may rely upon a strict adhereare to the above
rate. U. I. ANDERJON, Sup't
Janll tf N. ft C. R. R.
No shipments entitled to the shore rates unless each and
every pck has the name of the Di'jKit of delivery, and
tbe initials N.A 0. R. R. plainly marked upou it.
II. I. A.
FREIGHT ON PRODUCE TO CHARLESTON AND
ON and after this date, the Articles a, enumerated below,
will be sent through to Charleston aud J-avaun.ih at th
piicenatux' d to each article:
To'i acco, hhds., lno lbs SOc
Pork in bbls., Tp lis' ffn ! J 00
'tagging aud Rope, l Mo Tti 1 00
H. 1. A.N DFBX iN, Sup't
iyT tf N. A C. Raiiinad.
I.OU NAI.E, OR FXCHWIiE FOR TOWN PROP
FUTY, NKtlki ):., Ac-1 1 rf r for s.i e a FARM.5
conUiiiing 27 II acres, siluale-l oil th Murfreenboro'
Tumpike, 11 miles from N a.-hnlle, snd known as the Ham
llton Place. Imiwrovements tierat le goot; (rood ceiiarfenc
iog, Ur-t-rate water and orchaid, Ac. Any persou deairou
ol making in ex .-'i.uice with the almve pn(ierty, now ha
an opportunity ; trailing for one uf lha most convenient
stiH'k farms i.-i tlie c-nnlv, it liaviri a creek of never.failuig
Water running through it. For partii ulars apply to
IL A. HALLOrtF, Geu'l Ag't,
febll sis No. 17 Deaderick St.
LOII NAI E-Cetwi-n eii;r.t,en
a hundreil acres of Ian 1 Iv inir n tlie
and nineteen TV
iiirit of Tra- Y
hove tract of lao-C
vis, Texas, h miles wst of Austin. Thei
or a nortion of it w::I he etct.ae. J f Iirv i:,i.i,l. ii,
eerti-s. Al-o, a k t in the county of Liberty, and town of
rlmilhrteld, ou tii .am terms a th almve. For further in
ft.rtraTi.in apply to ii. A. HALLOW F, Genl Ag't,
lebi No. 17 Deaderick U
s.hlY SS-'iai'' -11 ti . . . r, . 1..
. " . ... -in rr ii.-.-1-n. ii;i .'rum I n a .irtCI, IU
alc(qavca.k' bu.ldiu. sutaole for a sunill (amiiv.
K. A. It A LLtlW K,
Jtinl'l t it General Agent, No. 17 Deailerick st.
11 s I. : 1 ha- r sal-j a GRIST JIFLf-, with alt
the flxtur. s neci- .ary for the rame. The 11.11 is pru
pelled by I reid Hur I, htH p -rsots wbhing a Mill for
tr.cer os j uae w 11. 1 ,u a, u to call m l e it, as it will b
Mild cheap. Ao, ty M It. A. BtLI.O'AK,
Jet a Genl Agt., Noll Deaderuk St.
IOFFE!t fir 'lie s IIiue and It on the cornsr of Bell
ami Spring tree is, in IgetieUL 1h lot fronL on
Spring s'reet sver.t. f- rt, and runs back on Hell street tw
hundred feet to a twelve foot alley. Tti hoase i two stories
high, with porch bv and belov, and contains four room
bewide dini ig room, bath room, servant' room, kitchen,
table and carn.ig Lou. e, witti a good cistern aud cellar.
Two Lot Imtrwdiately back of the shore, frnntlnr fifty
fret each ou Hull ttrsxt, aud rumiiii bwek en hundred aud
ninety four fret, all enclosed. Aad one lot in West Nash
V Ita, lroutln ftl'y feet on loout street, and mini iff Sstci
on. hundreil and eve:ity n. fel to a fifteen flail u- y.
The asov property can b bmis-ht oa d terms nd th
Vacant lot ar de.irahks buuding lut. F-r farther pytio
alar and terms, aep iy t
K. A. BALLOWE, Genl Ag't,
tnrSd No. IT ltaderick atreet.
VllOr? E AVD LOT lo the 8ou;hern portion of
thiy. The tut is si uatnl b.tweea Market
an I Maple streets, a continuation of Froat street;
and frnuu on C irrotl street 06 feel, runin back V't
fret, l an alh-y th Houm, eotitaiti snur rnons. w'th an
ett at '"I Hall. Portico i-i fiouv, and Purch right feet wide,
an I bavk lirn k bu.l iings. Any perun wishing 10 buy a
neat and comfortable home, shoit'd ex trom th ahev house '
ad lot, a I wui aval it cheap and vtx'O raonabl term.
iw A. iiALtOn K, (earaJ Agulit,
let) No. 17 Deaderick sir set
GEO, 7. CGWAN,
ATTOU.UV AT LAW,
Iscncrial igrnt lor tlie Purchase, Sal)
aud Kent of Ileal Etult ml tli
Collection ( Ctttluia
No. 43 Clterry Sttewt,
11B0MPT alUnUn will b given to all bwin ntrBrted
to him, and .p il aitentooa to the oollecuoa of taster n
Claim throuuboot ti i llTeunes. .
Kruc...-A. C. ft A. B. FWbj 'nT
L. B. Fiw A Co, Tho. T. iu.ly. Kx-Gor. NeiU B. Brown
j JtJtta. Teon.; Gen.J. A. Bailie, David
UT'rerT: F.-sov. W B. Campbell, lon. Tea-.;
Ibi. -John P. Caratlwra, alpAi. W.D. Larrodwr.
Nw lor City cUtt .
FOIt II I'IT I bsv for rent a splend'd stand tr a
B ackatniih, on th VI ar Ires ahor Pi, It mile frwrn
Naahvus. Laiat. gl hao. tauiUy riilsna
and ail i ,i7 mil hu"S, 1 J or J acr- of ciaared band,
DMBif f fir wood, Ao. Teroa easy. Apidy to
P ' K. A. BALLO E. G.iu.1 Aft.
Itat t- No. IT Dsiaderick treC
VHXAT WASTED. .
H TT THiCSAND BfglirLS Will AT WAX TtD.br
uxh Ut b!gUtsirv lnCA.'U wiU b paid.
bkTMOCH, FANNINO ft CO.,
,1 Corner iaiktaul Church street.